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Bioelasticity: How Scientists Heal and Repair the Body Using its Elastic Properties

March 1, 2018

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Bioelasticity is the measure of stretchability of our body’s tissues and organs. And it is leading a wave of promising biological and medical research. Elastic fibres are present everywhere in the body and help us with vital activities including breathing and eating. Pinch your skin and, depending on your age, it will snap back quickly […]

Bugs Under the Microscope: Discovering Antibiotics and New Microbe Synthia 3.0

June 10, 2016

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Antibiotics researcher Dr Matt Hutchings finds new drugs in the most unusual of places, plus Craig Venter’s Synthia 3.0 has its lightweight credentials under the microscope. Many of the drugs used in hospitals and prescribed by doctor’s clinics – antifungals, antibiotics and cancer-killing drugs – are made by bacteria found in the soil and from […]

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